Click and drag the model to manipulate the model!
Having trouble viewing the boat? See below for troubleshooting information and Tips & Tricks for exploring the boat!
Solid modeling courtesy of Mike Larson.
How to View & Troubleshooting
- In many browsers, you may have to allow a temporary or permanent security exception for your browser to display the model.
- In order to view the model in Internet Explorer, you must accept one or more requests to run “ActiveX” in your browser.
- Once you allow the exception, you may have to click “Enable 3D View.”
- Chrome’s default, built-in PDF viewer does not support 3D PDFs at this time.
- To disable Chrome’s default PDF viewer and use Adobe’s follow these instructions.
- If you have another browser, particularly Firefox, it may be easiest to simply view the link in that browser.
If the Model Crashes
- Try reloading your browser.
Download and View
Tips & Tricks
Display the 3D Toolbar
- Right Click on the Boat.
- Go to the “Tools” menu.
- Click “Show Toolbar.”
Zoom by Scrolling
If your mouse has a scroll wheel or your laptop trackpad supports scrolling:
- Place your cursor in the model box.
- Zoom in by “scrolling up.” Zoom out by “scrolling down.”
- * In some browsers, you may have to click inside the box to scroll.
Reset the Boat View
- Follow the directions in “How to Display the 3D Toolbar”
- Click the “Home” icon. (It’s 7th from the left.)
About the Ocean Rowboat
Class: Woodvale Fours Class Boat
Designer: Woodvale Ocean Ltd., Devon, United Kingdom
LOA: 29ft (8.8m)
Beam: 6ft (1.8m)
Build: Fiberglass and Kevlar sandwich construction
Empty hull weight: ~800Lbs (332kg)
Hull Number: 7
Build location: Devon, England
Background: The Woodvale Fours Class Boat was specifically designed to tackle the North Atlantic in the 2006 North Atlantic Rowing Race. OAR Northwest purchased one hull, outfit the vessel and won the race, securing a Guinness World Record for the crossing.